...The most important aspect of maintaining a successful relationship with a student is, to me, consistency in how I approach our lessons. For instance, if a student is struggling to interpret fractions, but is familiar with a similar concept (such as division) that we worked on in a previous sessi... (read more)
...I received a top score on the AP chemistry exam in high school and then went on to earn a B.S. in chemistry with highest honors at the University of Florida. My undergraduate research involved organic synthesis with projects at both the University of Florida and the Université Louis Pasteur (Str... (read more)
...I was trained to understand the concepts and rules of mathematics in such a way that I can never forget. I have also tutored this course for 3 years and I have mastered different ways to explain the concepts. I took this course in Cameroon West Africa, both in high school level and college level, and I was the best in the class. (read more)
...It was a great experience and I arrived with almost no fluency in spanish, but luckily I had a lot of help. Soon after I started teaching, I realized that my passion was in trying to reach the students that needed a little extra help. I found that in many cases, these students would not ask for help, so I would look for signs that they were struggling and then seek them out. (read more)
...I use hands-on, life application and conventional teaching methods.I have taught Algebra 1 for several years. My experience has been in the classroom and tutoring students individually. I have a Secondary teaching certificate with the state of Michigan to teach this subject area (EX).
I have previously taught Algebra 2 at a high school level. (read more)